27.11.2020

PureAcre recently launched as part of BPS Agriculture’s portfolio of companies, announcing they’ll bring new high-performance, Earth-friendly biostimulants and nutritionals to field crop growers in the coming months.

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25.11.2020

Novozymes and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) are partnering to safeguard water resources around the world.

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25.11.2020

Portuguese biotech company Asfertglobal has released field-trial results on the application of biofertilizers on apple production.

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23.11.2020

BioWorks has launched its RootShield PLUS+ Granules biological fungicide into Canada.

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20.11.2020

Groundwork BioAg, Ltd. and BIOFLORAL Inc. announced the commercial launch of DYNOMYCO C mycorrhizal inoculants in Canada. Based on 30 years of joint R&D by Groundwork BioAg and Israel's Volcani Center, DYNOMYCO C is a mycorrhizal inoculant, ideally suited for cannabis cultivation.

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18.11.2020

Lindsay Corporation has created the smart pivot, a new category of mechanized irrigation that moves beyond traditional water application and management to a wide array of crop and machine health capabilities, while also delivering proven water and energy savings.

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16.11.2020

Raven Industries, Inc. is opening a new location near Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada) as Raven Applied Technology’s Canadian headquarters. With significant capacity for machine production and five acres for testing, this new facility is positioned to be the central campus for precision and autonomous agriculture innovation, training and service for Raven Canada.

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12.11.2020

Protecting crops against pests and diseases is essential to ensure a secure food supply. Around 95 percent of food comes from conventional agriculture, which uses chemical pesticides to keep crops healthy. Increasingly, however, organic pesticides are also being sought as an alternative. Some organic pesticides contain live spores of the fungus Trichoderma, which have the ability to suppress other pathogens. Researchers at the University of Göttingen have now discovered that one Trichoderma species can cause severe rot in cobs of maize (corn). The results were published in the journal Frontiers in Agronomy.

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10.11.2020

A partnership between CABI and Astral-Aerial is piloting the use of drones for the control of desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria). Funded by UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through the Frontier Technologies Hub, the approach targets roosting populations of small swarms that are not feasible to spray by other means such as aircraft, or vehicle mounted sprayers.

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09.11.2020

Lindsay Corporation is developing intelligent digital solutions using Microsoft Azure to enhance irrigation management, broaden the detection and reporting of irrigation system issues, and help growers evaluate and continuously improve the sustainability and profitability of their operations.

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